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Current Talk '10 II / Today's Robservations Slideshow
« on: August 10, 2010, 09:12:03 PM »
Love today's two-shot of Liz and Roger from 1966.

Liz looks deeply concerned, while Rog is smugly gloating--this pretty much encapsulates their respective views on David from the time of the original storyline.

G.

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Rest in peace, George.  My condolences to his wife and family.

G.

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Happy Birthday Sweetie!  Hope your day is as beautiful and wonderful as you are.

hugs,

Steve

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I love the new cover.  I wish it had been used for the CD.  I hate that shot of Ben Cross that they used for that.

Too bad the DVD content is still the same crap ...

G.

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I was traveling yesterday (day trip to Northampton) and everytime I would see a screen in a train or bus station flashing the date, it made me think of her and how it's been 25 years.

I can't imagine life without Grayson's legacy.  As an artist, as a woman, as one of the great eccentrics--she was one of a kind.

Rest in peace.

G.

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Current Talk '10 II / Re: Favorite Julia Scenes (per MB request)
« on: August 08, 2010, 08:29:00 PM »
I love it when she gets in his face and is so defiant in Leviathan when he tries to patronize her and give her the cold shoulder ... "See how good a detective I can be!"  The sarcasm in that line reading practically bores holes through the floorboards.

And again in Leviathan, I just love her reaction when Barnabas informs her he's had a "talk" with Megan.  Can't recall the exact wording of the line at the moment, even though it's one of those scenes I compulsively play over and over again whenever I come to it..


G.

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Calendar Events / Announcements '10 II / Re: Dark Shadows.com
« on: August 06, 2010, 08:30:16 PM »
One of those sites was run by this guy who came to a couple of Festivals and always had a laptop or maybe two set up in the lobby of the hotel.  I remember well watching Sheenasma intensely posting a Festival update on one of those stations.  The guy and his boyfriend were very interested in founding a DS Museum.  Unfortunately they had a falling out with fandom and shortly afterwards the one who was the big fan died of some sudden illness.  It was quite sad.

G.

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Current Talk '10 II / Re: Favorite Julia Scenes (per MB request)
« on: August 06, 2010, 02:02:49 AM »
Oh God, where to begin.  One scene that comes to mind is the one where Dave Woodard comes to Collinwood to read her the riot act and she goes on this long, very convincing diatribe about how "bored" she is.  It's really choice Julia. 

I think the character was toned down somewhat after the 1795 period.  There are of course still halcyon moments throughout Julia's stories.  I love ALL her showdowns with Nicholas Blair.  There's even a fab scene where she is visiting Joe Haskell at the hospital and she  stalks to the door, clutching her gloves, shouldering her bag, lifting her chin, pursing her lips defiantly, and declaims, "It's time for a showdown with ... NICHOLAS Blair!"

One of my favorite moments during later Leviathan is when we get one last Nicholas/Julia scene, at Jeb's carriage house.  Nicholas basically asks Julia what the hell she's up to, and Julia, giving him the business end of her chin again, scowls and cordially invites the warlock:  "You GUESS."

G.

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Presumably Marcy meant to write THIRTIETH anniversary screenings of hoDS and NoDS in 2000/1?

I don't think I've seen any other references to James Storm's appearance.  It's too bad more fans haven't written in to share their impressions of the Festival.

Makes more all the more grateful for how hard Midnite has worked to give us her own reporting of the events she attended!

G.

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I was wondering whether she would turn out to be onscreen longer than sixty seconds.

Sounds as if the answer is "only just."

G.

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Current Talk '10 II / Re: Julia's Excuses - Revisited
« on: August 03, 2010, 08:25:34 PM »
There's a scene where Julia is looking for someone, and somebody else says she's not there.  Then a third person comes out and says they've just been talking to the person Julia's looking for.  Julia turns to the first person in a wounded, upset way and asks, "Why was it necessary to lie?"  This cracked me up because of all the times Julia lied for any number of reasons.

I also love the one somebody else mentioned where Carolyn is near hysteria because Amy has disappeared and oh-dear-whatever-shall-I-tell-Mother and Julia takes her by the shoulders and practically bellows, "LIE to her!"

That's the one where Julia has to bitch-slap Joe because he is ALSO having hysterics...

G.

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I see mention here of Trilogy of Terror and wonder whether anyone ever saw Trilogy of Terror 2, in the 1990s.  Geraint Wyn Davies was in it, and there was a sequel to the infamous "Zuni Fetish Doll" episode of the original ToT.

I totally missed even the existence of this sequel production, but a friend told me about it recently and I looked it up.  Sounds potentially interesting.

G.

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Current Talk '10 II / Re: The non-lookalikes on DS
« on: August 03, 2010, 04:07:46 AM »
Magnus, Justin was a character in the final storyline of the series.  He was only in 3 or 4 episodes.  I think they aired in February of 1971.

G.

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Current Talk '21 I / Re: A New Slideshow Is Coming
« on: August 03, 2010, 04:04:37 AM »
Oooh, that devious Miss Hoffman in today's snapshot!  Her smile truly speaks of the cat that ate the canary.

Love it! Thanks for the treat, MB.

Best,

G.

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Calendar Events / Announcements '10 II / Re: Fest Reports
« on: July 29, 2010, 11:54:00 PM »
Frid read a discussion?  Wow.

Kind of sad for the lady who paid $500 to have dinner with him, and he left after 30 minutes. 

So, RD failed to show up for the thing with Pennock, or just wasn't there for the weekend?

It sounds as if the days of the charity auctions are pretty much over, unless they try coaxing the 1991 personnel to come in and contribute mementos they might have in their garages that they'd like to offload.

G.

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